Seattle Expects Up To 500000 At Seahawks Victory Parade

Dated: February 5 2014

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The Seattle Seahawks Super Bowl parade and rally aren’t happening until Wednesday, but already the excitement is palpable.

In fact, there are fans who can’t wait for the 11 a.m. Wednesday start of the parade. On Tuesday, some of them already were setting up chairs and camping out along Fourth Avenue in downtown Seattle in anticipation of what the “12th Man” sees as an historic occasion.

It easily could be just that. City of Seattle officials are estimating a crowd of nearly 500,000 people could line the parade route, which starts just south of Denny Way near the Seattle Center and ends at the north end of CenturyLink Field.

A crowd that big would easily top the 300,000 boisterous fans who cheered the Seattle SuperSonics after the team won the National Basketball Association title in 1979. The city isn’t saying, yet, how much the celebration will cost or how many officers it’s putting on the streets.
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